This spreadsheet tabulates long runs from the various plans people told me they are following: run less run faster, hal higdon, runners world personal best. Then I proposed a weekly base mileage that people would add to if their target was higher. In most cases, there are only a couple of miles difference. It breaks down in a couple of weeks (esp. when tapering for an earlier race) but it is nice to see that there are a lot of runs in common. Save the date: looks like we will will all be going for 20 miles on September 15th! Thank you john Deforest for putting this together.
Check out who is running a Fall Marathon and their goal times. Thank you John Deforest for making this. We can edit as we go.
What race are you running? With all of the runners from the SGLRG doing full marathons in the fall it seemed like a good idea to round you all up together on one page to better support each others training's. We have folks planning on Bellingham, Portland, Chicago, Victoria, Seattle and I imagine others as well. Our group has a run every day of the week and thought it would be great to get all the marathoners together and joining in for some weekly runs as well as adding to the distance group sizes for the Saturday morning runs. When you have 10+ runners all oing 16 miles together it means that there is a better chance you'll have someone running your pace.
Hopefully this is a good solution for figuring out who is running what and make the training a bit more of a team effort. UPDATED 7/7/12